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;- - ' T - - ' THE' EVENING" WORLD, ' FBI DAY, SEP T E M B '''-"wmm4 r" ?foifrsfarfefrTJATf2 rj?Mtw tat nfri JL JL XJfMJL JL Ii Jf JL JUmJLTJLJL JUj Aj JLJL 1 JLFJUiJL' JUJJ. KJMJJ KSJL JL JL JLJ JTX. M. JL K 1 r. typlact, rriy terioW eltliens lh the'eub. SB that we nre now dbllgod to sctiia and decide, rolltlca In the ' -wider sense has a great deal to do LuWlta lt-the polltlca of the world, the if ipollcy of mankind. tHe concert or the "nSjthoda by, which, the world la to j!S bettcrcdr-lhat concert of wilt and of action nl6h will make every na yoa a nobler' Instrument of dlvlbfl Rjjtoyldencc ! gi "t have Bometlrnen heard gentlemen .rdjactisslng the questions that nronow rlilwtore ua. with a distinction drawn between nationalism and Internatlorf ,jjWlln In thee matters. It la very dlf- j-iflmilt for me t foUw thclr dlt5nc .itttoiu Tho greatest nationalist la tho jton -who wants hla naUon to be the fcaUsat nation, and the greatest na-tlr-a Is the nation which penetrates tothe ncart of 1U duty ond minion nmanir th nations Of the WOrld. i Kv mVllh every flash of Insight Into iflttre (?reat politics of mankind tho na oTUoa that Maa that vision la H'tcd up m a. nlaee of Influence and power .wkJch it cannot get by armies, which ""cannot (rot by commercial rivalry. A&ieli It can set-toy other way than dibit spiritual leadership which cornea tyefonY a profound understanding of the probloou of humanity -kHFFICULT; to; DIK5US MAT Jiat TER8 IN WA8HINOTON. -VHt Is In the tight of Ideas of this aort that 1 conceive a privilege to dls cum the matters that 1 have come Vy from Washington to discuss., I frvrg come,e,way from Washlptrton to discuss them toooause, apparently, u OeV dlUlcult to dleoua thorn In Wash- Tn whole subject la -surrounded &hmleta which It Is dtfucult to 'penetrate. 4 brought home with me frtjm the other side of Ihe water a great doc ument, a sreat human document, fou 'pWr70U hear It talked ftbctft In WaiWngton for a whllo you think It ,0. Juat about three or four olausca fcjt. , , 9 "You fnhcy that It haa a cerUln rtlcle X In It: that It haa aomothlng hbout tho Monroe Doctrine In It; that j it has aometblng about qultlnr, Withdrawing- from the I-eugue, snow- yon thtv you no ao. jvu-nvw vt 1 game, and'-I do not Aear about isythlng elM In It. , Why. by dear fellow cltlrens, thoae tro mere details, and IncldenU of a. eat Jiuman. ,enterprls, .and nave ught the privelege of telling you fhat,! conceive that human entcr- rhtft to be. Tho war that has Just been fln fbed was np accident. "Any man who baa followed the iplltlca of the world up to tho critical Leak must have known that that mis the logical outcome of the pro ILuies bat have preceded lt must Ahva known thAtf the nations of the World were preparing for that Very , Hhlng and were expecting 1U XPECT OVATION to wiuaon R AFTER ARRIVAL. in lea of troops from Jefferson Dar- Ut presented arms aa the PriU ht and Mr. Xl'n stepped from train this mornlnc. and a military Wild played "Tho Htar-Spangted ohner." . Tne crowas at mis poinv lititi 'the lines of soldiers, good na redly jostled aside the boys In Mid. who carried rifles with nrtd ayonets, and massed around the resident's machine strlvlpr to shake kids. " j Jn addition io the people on the side , along the route to the hotel rery window was filled rind many lere on the roofu. Blgns hd been ted in a number of windows bear. fig such messages aa "Tell It to 'em, lpodrow," and "We're with yon, IToodrow." One automobile bearing a hugo plac At pay twi-itod tr, httir ytt, kari jmr pwifltr aV tiFtrtlrvfrypunltf. THE' Deservedly The Largest Selling Ceylon Packed Tea ard demanding Miffing of rie'wr. Umo prohibition bAn dodged down aide streets, and confronted the Presi dent at a number of points. It was filled with woman shrilly cheering anil waving banders. MRS. WIL80N BHAHE8 IN PEO PLE'8 TRIBUTE. (Mra. Tleon received much ftp pittuae, -especially fom the .Jrorheh, arid her namo was frequently heard along tire line of nwrci, along; wlih the crlea of 'VVoodow', Women dodged the police and ran aongslio the Presldent'a automobile to gti snapshot of her, btgglng her to "Ixjk this way, p!ao juat for a minute," ahd "Mrs. Wilson let's at your face." The reception n Ht. loula was held by many In the Presldent'a party to bo the most enthusiastic he has re ceived since he loft Washington. The party arrived at 4.20 thla mornlnr, but the President! did not leave bis train until MO, rreabyttriniia AW Immpdlate Ilntl ratlea et Vttatt. UKlOa QENEVA. Wis.. Sept. J-" Delegates attendlngthe Preebyl,rlan new era conference 'here went . on record ta-dar In favor of Immediate ratification of the Peace Treaty. Mea rial Grave Mr t lVr. eklnar Is Itr mrt m WAB1UNOTON. Sept. S. The Ameri can Poreitry Aasoclatlon In a telegram to the mayor of Laclede. Mo., Of Oenerai Penning, to-day un Ing a memorial, grove by the the returning commander. elede. Mo., blrthpleee ea pisnt town (or SCHEJWIIK WOMAN GUN6S TO WITI'SBWIG KMD Chauffeur' and Another Man At tacked. Her VVlien She Hired Taj&ab, She Sayj. Patrolman SehralUkoMht, of the Weat 47lh Street BUUonv WM at Ctth Street and Ninth jffrtwa at US o'clock this morning when a toxlcab with a scream ing woman hanging on tho running board drove past him. lie ordered the chauffeur to halt, but he Increased speed Instead. The polcman fired a shot and the woman loi( her grip ana rolled to the slrret. She wag. Mrs. Helen Peperl Ing,' of No. 432 West Itnd Street. Schmlttknecht whistled for help and another patrolman cruised the taxlcab to Clrd Street .and polurqbds Avenue, firing two shots on the way, whero he lost sltht of tho machine. At the police station the woman told Llout, younge that he had hired tho taxi at th Street and 10th Avenue and that when she entered It the chauf feur and a man dressed In tho uniform ot a sailor attacked her.- Just as she finished her story Patrelman Smith en tered with three men whom he had arretted In a taxlcab In 10th Avenue. Mrs. IVperlJng Identified one as. the chauffeur, The man gave his name as John'Bren, nsn, twenty-five, of No. lit West End Avenue. Thoo brought with htm to the station were hn brother, James, twenty- four, No. Ill West Hm Street, and Harry 3. Dalton. twenty-two, No. 1ST West llth Street. AJ1 were held for Investigation. RUSSIAN ADMIRAL HERE. Oeaaea by War t alberta em Baalaces at Velaateer Fleet. Admiral Nicholas (Therasstmotl of the Rusalan Volunteer' r)eet, contrplled by the Kolchalc Oovernraent, arrived in Brooklyn to-day after making hla wsy here through. Siberia. He went Into conference iwlth' Ivan V Bhesta covsky, agent 'of .the fleet, who has his offices at No. it -Court Street. Iirooklyn. The Admiral will adjust same buiinees affalri concerning, the fleet sn4 will sail for Kntrtni ens 'Kept n nr I,, 1( to . arranke for the return . Of ships Of.M.OfO sxtregate tons caartercd io Kngiano. The Admiral said that unless Amerl can trae with tiusaia is rrfunem sooi the Japanese will have paplurU It, NEWS IPS New York's new ricwspaRcr with two big tjffcrpn9C8 from other papers: It has at many pictures as the London Daily Mirrpr tlio most successful paper in England. ' It sums up the news in brief para graphs in sentences instead of columns, in paragraphs instead of pages. And. s dozen features besides. Id. MILD RESERVATION ON ARTICLE IEN TO SENATE Italy's Claim id Fiume Pre sented to Seriate Foreign Relations Committee. WASHINGTON, Sept. C Hcnator MoCumber, Republican, North Da kota, tp.day made public and later discussed In, the Senate the reserva tion to Article 10 ' of the League of Nations advocated, by the Republican Senators fav6rlng less" drastic reser vations than those adopted ycotcrday by tho Foreign Halations Committee. It would merely define the. (Imitations of Congress to undertake territorial guarantees. The subsUtute by Senator McCum- ber follows! l That the advice and auggeHtlona, of the Coupcll (of tho League), ad to the ' means of carrying Ui jwld obliga tions (Article 10) Into effect, are only advisory and that any undertaking under the provisions of Article 10. the I execution Of which may requlro the . - . .... . i uso oi, American military or naval forces, or economic measures, can. unuor i(io juniinuiion, do carrieu nut only by the. action of tho Congress and that failure 6f the Congress to adopt J the eugjosUons of the Council of the' League, or to provide audi military or Shall not constitute a violation of the Treaty." Tha traatir na trArA r-rsr A n , lata yaterday by tho Foreign Hetn tlons Committee, will Include four reservations and about forty amend ments when It reaches the floor ot he Senate about Sept. 18. Chairman Lodge began work to day djraftlpg hla report, but It waa riot believed the report could be In shape for presentation to the Senate for at least ten day. The Demo cratic members of the committee will be .allowed three days thereafter In whkh to file a minority report, which tnny will do. Weeks of debate, mem bers sal4, undoubtedly will follow submission of the reports. , Tkf committee to-day held Its last heating on the- treaty, neprescnta- uvea ot jiauan socaeqes ana omers preent4 Italy's claims ton Flume. Itepreaentatlva Li Quardta. Itenub- (Iran, New Vprlc, the first witness, said the neoDle of Fluma were Italian by bood, tradition and languago and were anxious to ne reunited to nojy. Ho said the President had "blue pen died" the so-called Tardleu com promise regarding Plume and that subsequent agreement rdoclicd by Franpe, Great Drltaln and Italy had been forwarded recently to Washing ton for the president's approval. Professor Alexander Otdrim of New York, chairman Of the Italian-Ameri can delegation appearing beroro tne Committee, mndo a tons- statement of tho basis of ltalyV claims to Flumo and certain Dalmatian territory. uritlsh interests at the ncaco con ference deliberately "created difficul ties as to their resDeotlve ideals of peace" between Italy and the United States for economic reasons. State Senator H. A, Cotello of New York de clared. Italian national development In tho Mediterranean had been pre vented by the British, ho said, and "a cordial understanding between the United States and Italy would mean a rpduction oi English power In Eu- wuiiam it. Field or New Jersey, who aold he had been In Paris during the pcaco conference, raid he would file with tho committee documents to enow tnat qoi, K. ai. House had fa vored tho awarding of Flumo to Italy and that only President Wilson had opposed that action. He said, also, that he would submit papers showing that opposition to Italian acquisition of the port had conio from the "Ger man banking house of Wfrburg," be cause of certain railway Interests It contr611ed In that jeglon. PERU'S EX-tEADER HERE. B.rre Oelnar Paris With Wife, Cklldt, Me4hr-U-Uv. Joit Pardo y riaerreda, twice Preil- dent of Peril, who was deoosed in a "bloodless" revolution at-Ltma. n Julv iiJ?TF'v!a here teJay on the steamer TlVlves from Colombia. lie was accom panied by nu wife, mother-in-law and sia-cnuqren. The fate of Bnor Par4o after the upturns- remmneo in ooubt for some tuns, lie was at first arrested by tha iib was ai nni arreatea I hU army chiefs and was reported later to nave, ueen oonnnca in tne state been penitentiary but subaequenU) had bean permitted to leave would take refuge In Paris. uenuy that he i-o ru ana CONFERENCE ON "PRY" BILU. ! to rat TlireaKh Heaae Uenapr as ABaendad. WA81UNOTON, Sent S.-Indlcatlona tOMlay Were that' the Bo net would put through the House Prohibition Enforce ment bill virtually as amended yestert day and with HtUej delay, leaving the polnta at tsaoe between the two hoUtes OI 1.1 enco. As it now standi, many of the House proyislOhs are modified toy amtndmants usacaiaa py Committee. the Senate Judiciary EX-CITY OFFICIAL ARRESTED. IApkUI Hwnttrh to TU Xmtac World STAMFORD, Ceri., Sept. S.-W!llem N, Travis, City Treasurer from 1W1 until this year, waa arrested tq-day charged with the anDronr atlon of n.arA at rnn.i. ot the city. Ho released In hall of fl.lM and will havei a hearing Uonday. .Travis Was under Indictment at the time of his arrett for allseed cmbesale- mnt of funds of tho Stamford National nil ink, of which he was csshfer. Italian SanraonfOeta at city Jb on in isast eior. Dr. John W. Perllll, formerly attached to tne qoiumous anq volunteer Has pltals and now adjunct professor of eur gery of .the J'ait Uraduate Hbipltal, was i yesterday made trustee or Mellaril nn mane triutee or im i. -1 . Vi.iu v y. v. .allied hospitals of New York by Mayor llvlan. Dr. l'arelll haa lonr been Menll fled with charitable work on the east aide. tiArttfiiilarlv In.lh Italian aaetlon GIVEN Children of Brooklyn Rent Strikers Whom Union Movers Refuse to Evict HKSH&.nawi i - r n ir ii i aiiii nmraansTraaw aw aw BBBaw.BajaavBBaw-i v - -r.-ji :raw viaavjBavar acieaaBSBL.HaBiaiav'BKr bb The 450 sinking tenants of the seventeen tenement buildings of the B. F. W. Realty Company In Flushing and Bedford Avenues and Walabout Street, Brooklyn, won another battlo to-day with STOPS ELEVATORS (Continued from First I'ugc.) go to tho restaurant on the eleventh floor. J. A. Pinchbeck, superintendent of the building, nnnomced happily at o clock this morning that all was well. Halt an hour later he qualified the statement, and at 9 o'clock ho Issued a supplementary statement saying that he hoped everything would bo all right by neon. Soma of the employees of concerns With offices away up In the air re fused to wulk. Thoy -stood around the entrances und eald thoy would go to work when they could rldo and pot before. War Camp Community Bervlco workers walked up to the s7lh. 38th. 39th and tOtti floors, whllo employees ot other concerns would not walk even twenty flights. In the tower portion of tho build ing there are 1,800 employees. Scores ot tho girl workers camped on tho stairs as thoy waited for tho single tower elevator, which did the beBt It could, but was worso than the Inter- borough Sunday service. Tho girls were sun tnoro at noon. At 2 o'clock thla afternoon renorts by long distance telephone from tho ton noors to mo miiby indicated that there was somo dlatress among the lunchlejM Inmates of the tower, but no relief expeditions wore started up. letter this afternoon there was trouble with the lights, and only about 10 per cent, of thorn were working. Tho building gcta Its ower from eleven boilers und only wq could keep up steam. STRIKES DELAY CABLES. v. 9. Opcrnlora slop Work Week Und Io Alii Wage Demand. TJie Commercial Cablo Company announced to-day that cable met aagea ror urent "main and Con tinemai uuropo would only be ac cepted subject to delay. The delay, It was explained, Is duo to the week end strike of tha American cable operators, who are demanding that thty recvlvo the same hourly com pensation and bonuaea that Kuropean Thu Amorlcun dictators luva Imir. urated u systematic atrlliu that tukca ffi'ct every Sunday at inlilntirlir l ib... wise the week end strikers will not work overtime on any of the day they are on duty. The strikers claim that thftlr imithod of fnrrlnv ih com pany tu accede to their lerms hax mnl Willi lltiaiilmniii. MnnwA.x.l . .1 ...v ...... , Htpviwiiii aiiu that tivery American nnmi .l.iinn i. crippled at a time when. cable trattlo 'is particularly hsayy, " FIREMEN'S STRIKE OF SKYSCRAPER mwm ntt City 'Marshal McCarthy and his assistants who wan tod to evict them. Tho struggle lasted through the mornlntr, and this afternoon McCarthy said he had elven it up temporarily, his llttlo band U. S. AND BRITAIN ASKED TO POLICE Paris Hears Allied Generals In vestigating Disturbances Have Made Such Appeals. PAIUS, Sept. B. It Is understood that the Commission ot Allied Qen- erals sent to Flumo to Investigate disturbances there In which French soldiers wcro killed has mado recom mendations to the Pcaco Conforcnce which Include malntenanco .of public order In Flumo by an American and British police force, marines forming tho Amorlcan contingent ROME, Tuesday, Sept, 2. "The conclusions attributed to tho Inter Allied Commission's Inquiry Into the Flumo Incident aro so enormous,' suya the Qlornalo d'ltalla, "that they seem Impossible as coming from rep resentatives of Governments with whom for five years Italy has lived In tho brotherhood of arms and to whom sho liAs given luminous proofs of friendship. "These conclusions, ir reports nre true, aro blow whloh would be hard- iv pamnrehcnslble. even If tho com mission, instcnu or Dcing rrom Aineu nations, had been composed of offi cials of the old Austrian Kmplre." SMITH GALLS STATE-WIDE CONFERENCE ON FOOD District Attorneys, Majvjrs, Work ers and Others to De Invited. AW1ANY, Sept. b,X conference ot persons directly Interested In food nnd profiteering Investigations ' has tenia tlvely been fixed for Hcpt. 15, t was said hv (lev. Smith to-day. It Is eXDCctsd that Attorney Clencral I'almer win sue - . ... m among the conferees. Thla atn ls tanen in accoraance wun (he sucsestlon ,of former Gov. Martin H. aiynn and Dr. John II, Finlcy. .who have made a preliminary study of food fnnillilnn In thu Htate. tllynn and Fluley recommend! that the District Attorney ot euen county Mayors of .cities, tho Governor s liocon tructlon Committee, repreflentatlveS ol fhumiwra tt Commerce, aerlcultural In turests. labor and various Blato . olll clals b Invited. It waa 'also learned to-day tha records of flrand Juries and committee) ilnli hivn Investlauted rood Coats und .iCtrlhiitlnn-hve becnr turned- ovef to the federal Department oi jujuct. FIUME I Ijnvlnjr been eo badly outnum r toercd by the 450 etrilccrs. Ho itld he would try it again Mon 'May. Tho tenants' union cards so far havtt kent union movers away from tho eviction JtVb. 10 AVERT STRIKE IN STEEL INDUSTRY (Contlnuod from First Page.) twenty-four international unions in mo steel industry has boon called to who piaco sent. In Washington. D, to tako suen action as tnev mav uceni necessary. "fltay wenot nave your ronlv on or beforo thnt time as to whether or not conference with tho steel corporation is possioie. Tito Thouanml n. A O. Shopmen Itetarn to AVork. CUMDBULAND, Md., Sept, 5. The ,000 Baltimore and Ohio shopmen. on strike slncn Tuesday, returned to work to-day. in accordance with the vote taken yesterday, after being In formed by Director Qoneral Hlnef that thoy would bo discharged If they did not return by Saturday, and by John Scott, secretary of tha Fed. ersted Itallroad Crafts, that the strike was unautnorizca and tnat the unlor would be penalised by withdraws of Its charter, President May Deride on Steel Con ference To-1) ay. ST. OUIS. Sept G.-lrcsldent wit son probably will decide to-day whether a confarenco can be arranged beforo next Tuesday, as requested by Hamuol Clampers, according to an an nouncement at his hotel hore thla morning, K0LCHAK STILL HOLDS OMSK UusaUu ateasnire Deny lleporta o Kvacuntlan, WASHINGTON, Hopt. 6. Informa lion received at tho Russian Km oasoy to-day from Omsk Indicates that reports regarding the evacua tlon of that capital of tho IColchak Government am wltliput foundation With the battle linos gradually ad vanclng and with rofugees swarming Into the city, the cables to the Urn bassy, said. It w but natural to re move the hospitals and similar lnstl imliins. However, neither the Gov eminent nor the population has any intent on or ovacuatinir ine city. 1'rea- cure of the , Unlshevlkl haa much weakened. Noclallata to Flwlit for Labor Con trill. CHICAGO, Sept. 3, Members of the National Socialist party voted to-day to continue the light in tho ranks ot or trnnlxcd labor with the object of ob taining ultimate control of trades unions bodies, I'. H. Minister to llollvlu 5nmefl. WASHINGTON. Sept. S.-. Abbott Ifanlnnla nf Halt lj,kr Cltv. Utah. Vaa iiomlnate'd'torday byrresIdenrVlAon -i i io ue nuauterno uoima,.,. - NEW PEACE OFFER MAY BE MADE TO T "alk Of Opening Some The atres With Non-Union Stflge Hands, Contirtues. Hotli Hides la tlie theatrical, strike reported' no progress to-day. How ever, negotiations ard to bo reopened and It Is probable that another prop osition will be sent by .the managers to the Equity Aaapclatlqp. In tho light of what has hhppencd since the atrlko waa declared It IB now appar ent that tha raanagars would hardly put out am their first offer 'of a oorrtpromlse one they thought tho actora would' accept. Borne of the managers, are still talking about opening theatres with non-union stage hands and musicians. None of the scheduled openings has come to pass thus far. Equity actora aro picketing houses which have ad vertised openings nnd say that one reason why performances have not been given ls becnuso tho managers cannot get competent actora to fill their costs. Charles C. Shay, -President of the Stago lianas' Union, admitted that It may be possible for tho managors to open somo theatres, but ho prcdlctod that tho productions would be fail ures. We know the managers aro train ing non-union stage hands and are nnvlnc- them abnormal salaries." he said. "This will be A glgantlo bluff and they will not get away with it. Tho New York vubllo will not pay 2 to $1 to see performances when tho boat actora are not In the casts. The managers' statement ot last night ls Ho. At no tune have we demanded closed shop; In fact wo wont an open ahop." 8 PER CENT. REDUCTION IN PHONE RATES APPROVED Up-State Public Service Commis sion Ratifies Acceptance of the Offer. AUDANT. Sept. 6. The up-State Public Service Commission to-day ap proved the action of the Commissioners Ittlng In New York yesterday In ac cepting the offer of 0 per cent, re ductlon In rates by the New York Tele' nbone Company. I The reduction applies to Qreattr Mew York only. The New York Telephone Co. to-day announced that the proposed reduction amounts to a straight 8 per cent, cut on all charges for business and real dence exchange service In tho city. for message rate and, flat rate exchango service, charges for equipment and local message on private branch ex change systems. Intercommunicating system auxiliary lines, extenalon sta tlons to main stations both in busi ness places and residences, and charges for mileage on exchange lines and on extension and tie lines wholly within the local service area. The reduction does not apply to pub- lie pay station charges, service con miction ehars-ea to new aubscrlbera. charges for private lines not connected with tne company's general cenirai office system, minor rentals of plant not It part of the general exchange system, or to any toll charges, local calls Including tnose between Dor oughs, and 'long distance tolls. W. V. Men Itefnse to flonor Bar- leson. DENVER, Sept, Sr Honorary mem- berahln In the Association of Western Union Employees, a national organUa-1 tlon, was denied lostmaster General llurleson at the annual conference of tha association to-oay. STRIKINGAC I a i a afc OR jOarBte One Day SpeciaJ (- For Friday and Saturday, ClinCOLATK COVKUEn CHEOI.K rKfrEIlSIINT rATTIES lliewi are htr duka ef solrral tfaaar Cream, rletilr flavored Ir duka at solrral Baser 111 of I'MiDrrrelnt and with of our InesrellrKi, rmrranl. veireir distinctive ctuu-in. sore to plnuo evjrv 2 Big Friday and Saturday Extra Special ASSOKTKD HA!U CAWUIBS With- oul a qimmiob inis I'.ino hhivi eortment p lons-laatlna sweets In juq C'onfrelUas and many ethers equally Dlvnslna.. uue rv. ojs A M aoods. HXTHA MI'KCl.AJ,. tX-OlP niunu iiiia -Other Attractive AUSOIITKI) CUBmNtl TAJTIKS ThM bis. pepelar, old fashion MmlMrilm dellKhts. that amuck of the eeW shore ami pleasure r aorta. Thesa ore pre aeutrd lu felly tan pleaalnc tutors, and rarh pfrea Is vrraDiml paraflln R?Sn vox 49c I k. . I oerfectlen. I'Mt i'ACKAUIj XewiJ I ala I MIoreal New Vork. llrooVlin, Newark, For exact location sea telephone directory, Tha specified Wslaht Includes the container. LEAGUE OPPONENTS OfC FIRE ON WILSON IN SENATE Sherman Oils pVejidept a Demi. gogue Who Disregards Government, ' WASHINGTON. Sent 6. Proaident Wilson's tieaty tour (speeches drew tho fire or the opponents of the League of Nation in' the; Senate to ' day. Senator Sherman, of JJIfnols. ds nounolhjr the President ain 'dema gogue, and accusing him of "a con temptuous disregard" of .the Govern ment. Mr. Sherman referred to the' Presi dent's declaration that the interna. tlonal confereneo provided for by the treaty will he convened In Washing ton whether tho treaty la ratified or not "This paragraph of the1 Preaid'ontv address Is 100 per cent, domarorlcal." . said Mr. Sherman. Sherman eald the President -should tako warning from last year1. rvn. gresslonal elections' as to the w,v American sentiment Is veering. Iater in tho day, Senator Uorah an nounced, ho proposed to answer on the Senato floor the President's chal lengo to "put up or shut ud." Issued to opponents of thn treaty. FRENCH MEMORIAL TO U. S. rea.ee Delegates to Attend Laying ui .uuHujucni cornerstone. PAIUS, Sept. 6. The Supreme Council ot tho Pcaco Conference will not meet again before Monday. Frank U Pdlk and the entire Ameri can Peaco Delegation will bo present Saturday, at the ceremonies attondlng the laying of the cornerstone, of the monument io be erected at Points dc Grave, at tho mouth of tho Olronde lllvcr, commemorative of the landing of me u rat American troops in Prance. - Bulgarian to Get Treaty on Men- day. PAIUS, Sept S. The peace treat? with Bulgaria was comploted by thu Allied delegates this afternoon. It will bo presented to the Bulgarians Mon day. JOHNSON DEATS LYCETT IN FIRST TENNIS MATCH t 1 1 American Player Is Australian's Mi ter in All Angles in Inter national Competition. FOREST HILLS, L, I. Sept 5. Wsl- lace F. Johnson, Philadelphia, to-day defeated Randolph Lycett Australia. In the first match of the International Tennis competition. Johnson won In straight set 6 1. 63, 6 I. The American was Lycett's master at every, nngio of tho game. He had no trouble solving the Australian'; service. HIh placement shots and superior generalship were largely re sponsible for his victory. In the second Invitation match. nlchard Nnrrla Williams II, Boston, defeated R. V. Thomas, Australia. 8 . wunams lost nis nrt service hut recovered his steadiness and won by drives In tho far corners, out of his opponent's reach. 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